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  • 1. South-Western: The Choice in Transitional Accounting for All Your Course Needs The Transitional Approach prepares students for reading, analyzing, and As the leading accounting educational provider, South-Western has the perfect teaching resources to complement your financial accounting course. We understand that on how business is best interpreting financial statements — with an emphasis no single approach for everyone - managers we’ve provided ainformation. choices to meet a varietyconcepts therefore use accounting spectrum of Offering a balance of of needs. and procedures, this approach also offers the flexibility to increase or To assist you, in selecting the choice on procedural detail. particular conceptual nature decrease the emphasis that is best for your Its more students and individualized course, we have divided our financial decisions are made using three approaches: helps students see how accounting options into accounting data. Modified Preparer OEmphasizes the preparation of financial statements as the : UR TRANSITIONAL ACCOUNTING TEXTS INCLUDE foundation for understanding and using accounting Financial Accounting, 8e information. Albrecht/Stice/Stice/Skousen .....................Page 6 Financial Accounting, 2e Antle/Garstka ............................................Page 7 Blended Offers a balance of procedural and analytical emphasis for Financial Accounting, Masters Edition a stronger decision-making focus. Antle/Garstka ..................................................Page 8 Financial Accounting: The Impact on Decision Makers, 4e True User Porter/Norton...................................................................Page 9 Focuses on analysis and interpretation of accounting information, rather than its preparation, and emphasizes the use of accounting Financial Accounting: Reporting & Analysis, 6e data as a decision-making tool for improving business performance. Stice/Stice/Diamond .......................................................Page 10 South-Western: The Choice in Accounting Technology: We’ve provided a wealth of interactive technology tools for you and your students. You’ll find these multimedia elements described in the back of this catalog. Financial Accounting: An Introduction to We hope thisConcepts, Methods, guide to determine the teaching system that will be catalog will serve as a general and Uses, 10e right for your needs. For more information, talk to your local South-Western sales consultant today. 2 To order call 1.800.423.0563 For more information, visit http://accounting.swlearning.com
  • 2. Modified Preparer The Modified Preparer Approach emphasizes the preparation of financial statements as a means to understanding accounting information and how it is used. This approach is ideal for instructors who wish to focus on fundamental accounting procedures and who are looking to encourage their students to think critically and analytically — regardless of career path. OUR MODIFIED PREPARER ACCOUNTING TEXTS INCLUDE: Financial Accounting, 8e Warren/Reeve/Fess ...........................................................Page 3 Corporate Financial Accounting, 7e Warren/Reeve/Fess ...........................................................Page 4 To order call 1.800.423.0563 For more information, visit http://accounting.swlearning.com 3
  • 3. Financial Accounting, 8e Carl S. Warren, University of Georgia – Athens James M. Reeve, University of Tennessee – Knoxville Philip E. Fess, University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign Product Web site: http://warren.swlearning.com Warren, Reeve, and Fess deliver again! To show how accounting can be used to understand business, Financial Accounting, 8e provides a solid foundation of accounting concepts with unique features. In this latest edition, the authors also feature the preparation of ISBN: 0-324-02539-4 © 2002 financial statements as the framework for fully understanding accounting — refining their NOW AVAILABLE! proven approach to include accounting's expanding role in business. Concept Applications: Critical-Thinking Skills: • Continuing Case Study: Students are invited to follow a • Group Learning Activities: These engaging activities make fictitious dot.com company — NetSolutions — throughout it easy for students to learn accounting and business concepts chapters 1-5, giving them a firsthand look at a variety of while building teamwork skills. transactions in action. In addition, a continuing problem focusing on Dancin’ Music provides students with an • Communication Activities: Presented throughout the text, opportunity to practice what they learn. these hands-on activities help students develop communication skills essential in any workplace. • Technology-Sector Annual Report: For enhanced student relevancy, the authors have replaced the annual report from • Real World Notes: Integrated examples of how accounting Hershey Inc. with Cisco Systems Inc. A wealth of end-of- and accounting information are used in the marketplace chapter questions prompt students to refer to this annual stimulate students’ interest. These businesses, highlighted in report — driving home key concepts with real-world the margin of the text, include AT&T, Gillette, Campbell financial statements. Soup Company, Hewlett Packard, Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc., Mercedes Benz, Delta Air Lines, UPS, and Ford Motor Co. Technology Enhancements: • Technology-Assisted Learning: An engaging way to help students tap into the high-tech energy of today’s business workplace. With the integration of three Internet learning options — WebTutor™ Advantage on WebCT™ or Blackboard®, Personal Trainer, and the Product Web Site — students can capitalize on an innovative learning system. TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S 1. Introduction to Accounting 9. Inventories 15. Statement of Cash Flows and Business 10. Fixed Assets and Intangible 16. Financial Statement Analysis 2. Analyzing Transactions Assets 3. The Matching Concept and 11. Current Liabilities Appendixes: the Adjusting Process 12. Corporations: Organization, A. Interest Tables 4. Completing the Accounting Capital Stock Transactions, B. Codes of Professional Ethics Cycle and Dividends C. Alternative Methods of 5. Accounting Systems and 13. Corporations: Income, Recording Deferrals Internal Controls Stockholders’ Equity, and D. Periodic Inventory Systems 6. Accounting for Investments in Stocks for Merchandising Businesses Merchandising Businesses 14. Bonds Payable and E. Foreign Currency 7. Cash Investments in Bonds F. Partnerships 8. Receivables G. Cisco Systems Annual Report 4 To order call 1.800.423.0563 For more information, visit http://accounting.swlearning.com
  • 4. Corporate Financial Accounting, 7e Carl S. Warren, University of Georgia – Athens James M. Reeve, University of Tennessee – Knoxville Philip E. Fess, University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign Product Web site: http://warren.swlearning.com Like the most successful businesses, this text successfully integrates innovation with tradition. Using the preparation of financial statements as the framework for understanding what accounting is all about, Corporate Financial Accounting, 7e shows how the ISBN: 0-324-02541-6 © 2002 preparation of financial accounting information is crucial for today's business students. NOW AVAILABLE! Concept Applications: Critical-Thinking Skills: • Continuing Case Study: Students are invited to follow a • Group Learning Activities: These engaging activities fictitious dot.com company — NetSolutions — make it easy for students to learn accounting and throughout chapters 1-5, giving them a firsthand look at business concepts while building teamwork skills. a variety of transactions in action. In addition, a continuing problem focusing on Dancin’ Music provides • Communication Activities: Presented throughout the students with an opportunity to practice what they learn. text, these hands-on activities help students develop communication skills essential in any workplace. • Technology-Based Annual Report: For enhanced student relevancy, the authors have replaced the annual • Real World Notes: Integrated examples of how report from Hershey Inc. with Cisco Systems Inc. A accounting and accounting information are used in the wealth of end-of-chapter questions prompt students to marketplace stimulate students’ interest. These refer to this annual report — driving home key concepts businesses, highlighted in the margin of the text, with real-world financial statements. include AT&T, Gillette, Campbell Soup Company, Hewlett Packard, Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc., Mercedes Benz, Delta Air Lines, UPS, and Ford Motor Co. Technology Enhancements: • Technology-Assisted Learning: An engaging way to help students tap into the high- tech energy of today’s business workplace. With the integration of three Internet learning options — WebTutor™ Advantage on WebCT™ or Blackboard®, Personal Trainer, and the Product Web Site — students can capitalize on an innovative learning system. TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S 1. Introduction to Accounting 10. Current Liabilities Appendixes: and Business 11. Corporations: Organization, A. Interest Tables 2. Analyzing Transactions Capital Stock Transactions, B. Codes of Professional Ethics 3. The Matching Concept and the and Dividends C. Alternative Methods of Adjusting Process 12. Corporations: Income, Recording Deferrals 4. Completing the Accounting Cycle Stockholders’ Equity, and D. Special Journals and Subsidiary 5. Accounting for Investments in Stocks Ledgers Merchandising Businesses 13. Bonds Payable and Investments E. Periodic Inventory Systems for 6. Accounting Systems, in Bonds Merchandising Businesses Internal Controls, and Cash 14. Statement of Cash Flows F. Foreign Currency Transactions 7. Receivables 15. Financial Statement Analysis G. Cisco Systems Annual Report 8. Inventories 9. Fixed Assets and Intangible Assets To order call 1.800.423.0563 For more information, visit http://accounting.swlearning.com 5
  • 5. blended The Blended Approach prepares students for reading, analyzing, and interpreting financial statements - with an emphasis on how business managers use accounting information. Offering a balance of concepts and procedures, this approach also offers the flexibility to increase or decrease the emphasis on procedural detail. Its more conceptual nature helps students see how decisions are made using accounting data. OUR BLENDED ACCOUNTING TEXTS INCLUDE: Financial Accounting, 8e Albrecht/Stice/Stice/Skousen ..........................................Page 6 Financial Accounting, 2e Antle/Garstka ...................................................................Page 7 Financial Accounting, Masters Edition, 2e Antle/Garstka ...................................................................Page 8 Financial Accounting: The Impact on Decision Makers, 4e Porter/Norton...................................................................Page 9 Financial Accounting: Reporting & Analysis, 6e Stice/Stice/Diamond .......................................................Page 10 Financial Accounting: An Introduction to Concepts, Methods, and Uses, 10e Stickney/Weil..................................................................Page 11 Financial Accounting for Future Business Leaders Warren/Reeve ................................................................Page 12 6 To order call 1.800.423.0563 For more information, visit http://accounting.swlearning.com
  • 6. Financial Accounting, 8e W. Steve Albrecht, Brigham Young University James D. Stice, Brigham Young University Earl Kay Stice, Brigham Young University K. Fred Skousen, Brigham Young University Product Web site: http://albrecht.swlearning.com Students get excited when they are able to see how what they are studying relates to something in their own lives. By using and integrating real company financial information, Financial Accounting, 8e not only makes learning accounting enjoyable — ISBN: 0-324-06670-8 © 2002 but also allows students to more closely relate the chapter concepts to information they NOW AVAILABLE! will use as business decision makers when they graduate. Focus on Uses of Financial Technology-Assisted Learning: Accounting Information: • Real Company Accounting Information: Each chapter fully • A Completely Integrated Learning System: To enhance integrates real company accounting information to explain learning, the text utilizes a variety of visual and interactive chapter concepts and show students how this information is multimedia elements — including the Accounting Resource used to make business decisions. Center, WebTutor™ Advantage on WebCT™ and Blackboard®, and Personal Trainer. • Organization Around Principal Business Activities: Financing, investing, and operating are the cornerstones of • Cumulative Spreadsheet Assignment: This assignment ends business. In this latest edition, students are shown how real each chapter, giving students the opportunity to learn how ® business managers use real accounting information to make Excel is used as an accounting tool. decisions. • A FREE, Easy-to-use CD-ROM: The Personal Finance CD- • “Setting The Stage”: An interesting, real-life scenario sets the ROM comes packaged with each new copy of the text — stage for each chapter — relating directly to chapter material offering students insight on how the book’s principles can and helping students link topics to actual business happenings. relate to their own personal financial situations. A printed For example, Chapter 6 begins with a discussion of Yahoo!, and version is also available with the text upon request. includes many examples using its financial data throughout. • “FYI”: Drawing from real business events or situations, FYI features provide relevant information for students. TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S F01. Accounting Information: F05. Ensuring the Integrity of F10. Long-Term Debt Financing Users and Uses Financial Information F11. Equity Financing F02. Financial Statements: An Overview F06. Selling a Product or Service F12. Investments in Debt and F03. The Mechanics of Accounting F07. Inventory Equity Securities F04. Completing the Accounting Cycle F08. Completing the Operating Cycle F13. Statement of Cash Flows F09. Investments in Property, Plant and Equipment and in Intangible Assets To order call 1.800.423.0563 For more information, visit http://accounting.swlearning.com 7
  • 7. Financial Accounting, 2e Rick Antle, Yale University Stanley J. Garstka, Yale University Product Web site: http://antle.swlearning.com Designed for the first financial accounting course at four-year colleges and universities, Financial Accounting, 2e focuses on relating accounting to economic concepts in a coherent, consistent manner. The text provides a comprehensive introduction to basic accounting statements and techniques, and then uses present and expected values to develop the ISBN: 0-324-18075-6 © 2004 benchmark of normal earnings and explain the importance of generating abnormal earnings. NOW AVAILABLE! A Framework for Analysis and Valuation: • Cohesive Approach: Financial Accounting, 2e features a three- • Updated Real Company Financial Statements: Financial part approach that forms the basis for financial analysis. Part One statements of real companies are used throughout chapters — covers the fundamentals of accounting — the basic accounting offering students a true picture of how the text’s concepts relate statements and techniques that form the foundation of a solid to those financial statements. Within the chapter, portions of accounting education. Part Two covers economic concepts that the financial statements are called out and linked to a are central to accounting. Part Three covers specific aspects of conceptual explanation. GAAP, such as accounting for receivables and inventories, comparison of GAAP and economics, and financial statement • Updated Financial Accounting Coverage: This edition analysis issues. reflects the latest issues and topics important to students of financial accounting. • Valuation Approach: Financial Accounting continues to provide a unique focus on accounting and economic valuation, • Separate Activities: Classroom activities and student as well as the overall valuation provided by the stockmarket. assignments are provided in a separate booklet — focusing on a variety of cases as well as traditional exercises and problems. • Complete Financial Statement Analysis: Relying on a logical framework, this text not only delves into financial statement • Text-Specific Course Management Solutions: This edition numbers, but also shows students the “why” behind offers the extremely successful WebTutor™ Advantage on WebCT™ the financial decision-making process. and Blackboard®. Instructors enjoy turnkey solutions to their Web-assisted or distance learning needs while students receive • Early Emphasis on Cash Flow: Cash flow statements are extra reinforcements from a variety of innovative features — emphasized early in the text, encouraging students to address including online quizzing, video tutorials and applications, the problem of understanding economic value and cash flows Quizbowl, and more. versus accruals. • Student-Oriented CD-ROM: The Antle & Garstka Xtra! CD-ROM is available free with the purchase of a new text and provides quizzing, videos, and learning games for students. TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S PART I: FUNDAMENTALS PART II: VALUATION BASICS 9. Inventories OF ACCOUNTING AND ACCOUNTING MEASURES 10. Marketable Securities 1. Introduction to Financial Accounting 6. Economic Concepts: Behind the 11. Long-Lived Assets 2. Balance Sheet Concepts: Assets, Accounting Numbers 12. Long-Term Liabilities Liabilities, and Equities 7. Financial Statement Analysis: 13. Equities 3. Income Statement Concepts: Connecting Economic Concepts to 14. Income Taxes Income, Revenues, and Expenses Accounting Reports 15. Active Investments in Corporations 4. Statement of Cash Flows: Operating, 16. Financial Statement Analysis and Investing, and Financing Activities PART III: TOPICS IN the Valuation of Common Stock 5. Using the Accounting Framework: FINANCIAL REPORTING America Online, Inc. 8. Accounts Receivable 8 To order call 1.800.423.0563 For more information, visit http://accounting.swlearning.com
  • 8. Financial Accounting: Masters Edition, 2E Rick Antle, Yale University Stanley J. Garstka, Yale University Product Web site: http://antle.swlearning.com Designed to offer a thorough understanding of business analysis using financial statements, Financial Accounting: Masters Edition, 2e makes it easy for masters in accountancy and MBA students to see how financial statements are developed and used by business ISBN: 0324-27044-5 © 2004 managers. More appropriate for the masters-level student, this new version offers more NOW AVAILABLE! challenging end-of-chapter problem sets and an increased number of cases in a separate booklet. However, the content of the text remains the same — giving instructors maximum choice and flexibility for teaching both graduate and undergraduate students. A Framework for Analysis and Valuation: • Cohesive Approach: Financial Accounting: Masters emphasized early in the text, encouraging students to address Edition, 2e features a three-part approach that forms the the problem of understanding economic value and cash flows basis for financial analysis. Part One covers the fundamentals versus accruals. of accounting — the basic accounting statements and techniques that form the foundation of a solid accounting • Updated Real Company Financial Statements: Financial education. Part Two covers economic concepts that are statements of real companies are used throughout chapters — central to accounting. Part Three covers specific aspects of offering students a true picture of how the text’s concepts relate GAAP, such as accounting for receivables and recurring to those financial statements. Within the chapter, portions of inventories, comparison of GAAP and economics, and the financial statements are called out and linked to a financial statement analysis issues. conceptual explanation. • Valuation Approach: Financial Accounting continues to • Separate Activities: Classroom activities and student provide a unique focus on accounting and economic valuation, assignments are provided in a separate booklet — focusing on a as well as the overall valuation provided by the stockmarket. variety of cases as well as traditional exercises and problems. • Complete Financial Statement Analysis: Relying on a • Text-Specific Course Management Solutions: This edition logical framework, this proven text not only delves into offers the extremely successful WebTutor™ Advantage on WebCT™ financial statement numbers, but also shows students the and Blackboard®. Instructors enjoy turnkey solutions to their “why” behind Web-assisted or distance learning needs while students receive the financial decision-making process. extra reinforcements from a variety of innovative features — including online quizzing, video tutorials and applications, • Early Emphasis on Cash Flow: Cash flow statements are Quizbowl, and more. TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S PART I: FUNDAMENTALS PART II: VALUATION BASICS PART III: TOPICS IN OF ACCOUNTING AND ACCOUNTING MEASURES FINANCIAL REPORTING 1. Introduction to Financial 6. Economic Concepts: Behind the 8. Accounts Receivable Accounting Accounting Numbers 9. Inventories 2. Balance Sheet Concepts: Assets, 7. Financial Statement Analysis: 10. Marketable Securities Liabilities, and Equities Connecting Economic Concepts to 11. Long-Lived Assets 3. Income Statement Concepts: Accounting Reports 12. Long-Term Liabilities Income, Revenues, and Expenses 13. Equities 4. Statements 14. Income Taxes 5. Using the Accounting Framework: 15. Active Investments in Corporations America Online, Inc. 16. Financial Statement Analysis II To order call 1.800.423.0563 For more information, visit http://accounting.swlearning.com 9
  • 9. Financial Accounting: The Impact on Decision Makers, 4e Gary A. Porter, University of St. Thomas–St. Paul, Minnesota Curtis L. Norton, Northern Illinois University Product Web site: http://porter.swlearning.com The fourth edition of Financial Accounting: The Impact on Decision Makers holds true to the original vision of teaching accounting from both the preparer and user perspective, but with an expanded focus on showing students a “Roadmap to Success.” To lead students to a full understanding of the impact of financial statements on business decision-making, the authors use the financial statements from Winnebago Industries throughout. Relying on the text’s trademark innovative pedagogy, ISBN: 0-324-18568-5 ©2004 instructors can prepare business majors and accounting majors alike for future business success. NOW AVAILABLE! A Perfect Balance of Procedures and Concepts: • Clear Focus on Real Financial Information: Using a balance • Roadmap to Success: The authors provide a simplified sheet organization, Porter and Norton’s highly acclaimed roadmap to highlight the student’s “journey” through the text. approach utilizes the financial information of As they progress through each chapter, students can refer to well-known real companies, such as PepsiCo and AOL this visual to see their progress and get an overview of why this Time Warner, to make accounting come alive for all information is important to their financial accounting success. students. Every chapter introduces a focus company and Unsurpassed Technology for then continues with that company’s financial information and Teaching and Learning: business strategy — featuring assignments that require students to further explore the company’s information. • Market-Leading Course Management and Tutorials: WebTutor™ Advantage with Personal Trainer for • Compelling Annual Report: For the fourth edition, Winnebago Blackboard® and for WebCT™ not only provide turnkey text- Industries was selected as the text’s flagship company to help specific content for the instructor — but also valuable instructors show students the “Road Map to Success” in financial assessment, videos, study aids, and learning games for the accounting. student. Personal Trainer, available with WebTutor Advantage or on its own, is an online homework tutorial that can report • Integrated Financial Statement Analysis: Along with the grades to an online gradebook — helping instructors assess class Income Statement, Balance Sheet, and Statement of performance. Stockholders’ Equity, the authors have included important information about the Statement of Cash Flows and its role in • Student-Oriented CD-ROMs: This edition offers three decision-making. This coverage is also reflected in the end-of- student CD-ROMs to engage and enhance students’ study of chapter assignment materials. financial accounting. The Porter & Norton Xtra! CD-ROM is available free with the purchase of a new text and provides Groundbreaking Pedagogy: quizzing, videos, and learning games for students. And the • Enhanced Focus on Financial Reporting and Ratios for General Ledger & Spreadsheet CD-ROM contains general Decision-Making: These helpful elements, located near the ledger software and Excel® templates that can be used to solve end of appropriate chapters, provide key references to help selected problems denoted by icons in the text. Finally, students understand the interrelationship of the financial Xtreme! offers students multiple tutorial and study statements and notes as well as how ratios can be used to make opportunities to reinforce learning of key concepts. business decisions. TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S PART I: THE ACCOUNTING MODEL 6. Inventories and Cost of Goods Sold 10. Long-Term Liabilities Introduction: Getting Started in Business Appendix: Accounting Tools: Inventory Appendix: Other Liabilities 1. Accounting as a Form of Costing Methods Using A Perpetual 11. Stockholders’ Equity Communication Inventory System PART IV ADDITIONAL TOPICS IN 2. Financial Statements and the Annual 7. Cash, Investments, and Receivables FINANCIAL REPORTING Report 8. Operating Assets: Property, Plant, and 12. The Statement of Cash Flows 3. Processing Accounting Information Equipment, Natural Resources, and Appendix: Accounting Tools: 4. Income Measurement and Accrual Intangibles A Worksheet Approach to the Accounting PART III ACCOUNTING FOR Statement of Cash Flows Appendix: Accounting Tools: Work LIABILITIES AND OWNERS’ EQUITY 13. Financial Statement Analysis Sheets 9. Current Liabilities, Contingencies, and Appendix: Reporting and Analyzing PART II: ACCOUNTING FOR ASSETS the Time Value of Money Other Income Statement Items 5. Merchandise Accounting and Appendix A: Accounting Tools: Payroll Appendix: Winnebago Industries’ Internal Control Accounting Annual Report Appendix: Accounting Tools: Internal Appendix B: Accounting Tools: Using Control For a Merchandising Company Excel for Problems Involving Interest Calculations 10 To order call 1.800.423.0563 For more information, visit http://accounting.swlearning.com
  • 10. Financial Accounting: Reporting & Analysis, 6e Earl Kay Stice, Brigham Young University James D. Stice, Brigham Young University Michael Diamond, University of Southern California Product Web site: http://stice.swlearning.com Financial Accounting: Reporting & Analysis is designed to help MBA and better undergraduate students prepare for success as future business managers. This proven text demonstrates how financial statements are not only useful for diagnosing a company’s problems ISBN: 0-324-14999-9 © 2003 and strengths — but for making loan, investment, acquisition, employment, and political decisions. NOW AVAILABLE! The sixth edition interweaves analytical principles with real data from well-known companies — taking a business-activities approach to link accounting to what a business really does … operating, investing, and financing. The result: students are armed with the practical skills they need to understand complex business issues and make smart strategic decisions. Concept Applications: Critical-Thinking Focus: • Early Coverage of Financial Analysis and the Statement • Less Emphasis on Journal Entries and the Accounting of Cash Flows: Early and integrated coverage of these topics Cycle: Journal entries are not covered or used in the text forms a foundation to help students interpret financial discussion until Chapter 7. After that, they are used sparingly statements and accurately evaluate the health of a firm. and presented as a tool for analysis. Chapter 6, The Statement of Cash Flows, has been revised to clarify the presentation. • Complete Integrated Learning Package: Each chapter contains numerous features to enhance learning — including Financial • Unique Chapter and End-of-Chapter Material: A strong Analysis Cases, Key Points, Business Profiles, FYI, Test Your analytical theme supports extensive problems and cases — Intuition, Caution Boxes, and Business Content boxes. showcasing real domestic and international financial statements. Types of problems include Data Mining • International Topics: Each chapter includes topics such as the Activities, Cases, Deciphering Actual Financial Statements, interpretation of foreign financial statements, the harmonization Research Projects, Ethics Dilemma, Debates, and a of international accounting standards, and the accounting issues Cumulative Excel Spreadsheet Problem. faced by U.S. multinationals and cross-border transactions. Extended coverage of Accounting in a Global Market is Technology Enhancements: provided in Chapter 15. • WebTutor™ on WebCT™ and Blackboard®: WebTutor is the perfect way to take a course online — offering in-depth content, concept presentations, flash cards, discussion questions, chat areas, and more. TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S PART I: INTRODUCTION TO PART III: OPERATING DECISIONS REPORTING AND ANALYSIS FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 8. Revenue Cycle: Sales, Receivables 15. Accounting in a Global Market 1. The Nature and Purpose of Financial and Cash 16. Issues in Financial Statement Accounting 9. Cost of Goods Sold and Inventory Interpretation: Changing Prices and 2. Overview of the Financial 10. Expenditure Cycle: Other Operating Alternative Accounting Methods Statements Items Case 5: Coca-Cola 3. Introduction to Financial Case 2: Procter & Gamble Statement Analysis PART IV: INVESTING DECISIONS Appendix A: McDonald’s - 4. The Balance Sheet 11. Investments in Operating Assets Excerpts from Form 10-K for 2000 5. The Income Statement 12. Investments in Securities 6. The Statement of Cash Flows Case 3: Intel Appendix B: Case 1: IBM The Present Value Module PART V: FINANCING DECISIONS PART II: THE ACCOUNTING 13. Financing with Debt INFORMATION SYSTEM 14. Financing with Equity 7. The Accounting Information System Case 4: AT&T PART VI: ADDITIONAL To order call 1.800.423.0563 For more information, visit http://accounting.swlearning.com 11
  • 11. An Introduction to Concepts, Methods & Uses,10e Clyde P. Stickney, Dartmouth College Roman L. Weil, University of Chicago Product Web site: http://stickney.swlearning.com The 10 edition of Financial Accounting: An Introduction to Concepts, Methods and Uses th continues to set the standard for the MBA course with its conceptual approach — while still providing a solid grounding in the mechanics of accounting. Throughout, the text incorporates many real-world examples, financial statements, and international topics. Ideal for both the graduate and undergraduate level, the text’s authoritative and user-friendly approach teaches ISBN: 0-324-18351-8 © 2003 students to interpret and understand financial information in an ever-changing business world. NOW AVAILABLE! Enhanced Financial Analysis: aspects of the broad perspective; and Part 4 provides a synthesis relating all broad-picture topics. • Enhanced Financial Analysis: With each chapter containing a new section on analysis, this edition places • Clearer Presentation: The authors have rewritten greater emphasis on the analysis of financial statement data specific chapters to further enhance the clarity, by users. Examples of these updates include a new section on readability, narrative flow, and layout of topics and Analysis of the Balance Sheet — which addresses the mix of concepts. financing and the impact of asset and liability recognition and valuation issues (Ch. 2) — and a new section on Technology Resources: Analyzing Information on Accounts Receivable (Ch. 6). • Electronic Supplement: The saleable Solutions Manual is • New Financial Analysis Problems Using Real Data: now available in a new e-format. In each chapter, new problems emphasize analysis and • WebTutor™: To help students grasp complex concepts, this interpretation of actual company financial reports. dynamic support on WebCT™ or Blackboard® allows the • End-of-Chapter Problems Using Real Data: The end of instructor to provide interactive reinforcement. WebTutor each chapter features problems and cases using financial also offers the following benefits: customized support; statements of actual companies - including AOL, Nortel, powerful online communication tools such as e-mail, Merck, Wal-Mart, Boise, Cascade, and General Motors. discussion forums, and chat rooms; and real-world, Web-savvy links for timely content. Concept Application: • Advanced Topics on Web Site: The text’s product support • Hallmark Building-Block Approach to Learning: The Web site at http://stickney.swlearning.com features chapter order is based on a stepped approach to learning the downloadable advanced topics such as currency translation, concepts, methods, and uses of financial accounting. Part 1 pension benefits, and general price-level accounting — along starts with a broad picture; Parts 2 and 3 further expand on with corresponding exercises and problems with solutions. Additional cases with case notes are also available. TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S PART I: OVERVIEW OF PART III: MEASURING,REPORTING 11. Marketable Securities and Investments FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ASSETS AND EQUITIES USING 12. Shareholders' Equity: Capital 1. Introduction to Business Activities and GENERALLY ACCEPTED Contributions, Earnings and Distributions Overview of Financial Statements and ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES 13. Statement of Cash Flows: the Reporting Process 6. Receivables and Revenue Recognition Another Look 7. Inventories: The Source of PART II: ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS Operating Profits PART IV: SYNTHESIS AND METHODS 8. Long-Lived Tangible and 14. Significance and Implications of 2. Balance Sheet: Presenting the Intangible Assets: The Source of Alternative Accounting Principles Investments and Financing of a Firm Operating Capacity Appendix: Compound Interest 3. Income Statement: Reporting the Results 9. Liabilities: Introduction Accounting and Bond Tables of Operating Activities 10. Liabilities: Off-Balance-Sheet Financing, 4. Statement of Cash Flows: Reporting the Leases, Deferred Income Taxes, Effects of Operating, Investing and Retirement Benefits and Derivatives Financing Activities on Cash Flows 5. Introduction to Financial Statement Analysis 12 To order call 1.800.423.0563 For more information, visit http://accounting.swlearning.com
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